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Old 10-03-2012, 03:51 PM   #152
Fazc
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Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: U.K
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Hello Mark,

I'm a huge fan of the Power Project, loyal viewer and proud owner of both the regular and Maddog slingshots! But now I badly need the help of the People's Coach.

I've been training with your help using the Westside method for over a year, and have made some decent lifts. 616 Squat and 616 Deadlift as well as a 396 Bench in singleply at 200lbs bodyweight, so the training works for me. However I've recently got a new job working long hours and which also involves a long commute. In addition to that I'm studying for my doctorate part-time. I do love what I do so I wouldn't change that.

So basically in the last month I've just decided to do what I would tell anyone else to do in this situation, suck it up and do what I can! But 5 weeks later I'm running myself into the ground and I think pretty soon my work and study will suffer, if I don't crash my damn car from tiredness on my commute! And certainly my training is already suffering. There's only so many hours in the day after all.

Can you suggest a weekend routine for me? I have been considering just alternating the 4 day a week conjugate training over 2 weeks instead of 1. What do you reckon?

I do hope you answer, that would be a huge help in addition to all the help you've already given in your videos.

Cheers from Derby, England.

Faheem
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